Peak presented an open source collection of lino print stamps, designed and hand-made by Edinburgh-based artist Natasha Russell in response to the Black Mountains. The ‘encyclopedia’ referenced everything from folklores and histories, to local landforms, plants and animals.
Using these designs, festival goers collaborated to create an immersive map of the mountains. They made their own unique stamps to add to the collection and cover the Horsebox interior with lino prints, and wrote poetry inspired by the mythical and physical environment surrounding the festival site.
Thanks to Sion Marshall-Waters for these images.